February 2019 Health Newsletter

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» You want to feel great, right?
» Reduce Your Risk of Adverse Drug Events with Chiropractic Care
» Seniors: Eat More Vitamins, Lower Your Risk of Frailty

You want to feel great, right?  

At Healthcare Associates of Florida, Inc. we are focused on strategies to help your body function at its best.   A combination of chiropractic treatment, massage therapy and natural pain relief combined with a good diet and some exercise will help most anyone get back to feeling great.  We are here to offer you guidance and treatments in all of these ideas.

For an overview of much of what Healthcare Associates of Florida offers, visit www.hca-cbd.com.  On this page you will find a menu of options and issues.  Of particular interest,  click here to learn more about what many are considering one of the best new therapy options in many years, CBD (click here).  

If you have not been in to see us recently, give us a call at (954) 755-2644 and set up a time to come in to answer any questions you have and help make sure you are on a path to feeling your best.

“At Healthcare Associates of Florida we have created a wellness center utilizing a variety of proven strategies to promote the general wellbeing of patients. Many of our patients come to us to reduce and hopefully eliminate painful conditions. Others come to maintain optimum health by correcting spinal conditions that can lead to back pain among other ailments, massaging overworked muscles as well as helping to manage weight. The various protocols used at Healthcare Associates provide highly effective and safe relief from numerous symptoms that you may be experiencing." stated Dr. Robert D'Amora

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Have a great month ahead!                                              

Author:Dr. Robert D'Amora
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Copyright:Healthcare Associates of Florida, Inc. 2018


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Reduce Your Risk of Adverse Drug Events with Chiropractic Care  

If you are in chronic pain from back problems, you may be tempted to try anything to keep the hurt at bay. This might include taking addictive opioid pain killers or analgesics that have negative side effects.† These prescription drugs can cause "adverse drug events," which refer to any sort of injury or side effect caused by a medication.† Even scarier, the mortality rate from adverse drug events has been rising dramatically.† No one wants to die from a pain pill or end up addicted to it.†† The Good News: Adverse Drug Events Can Be Avoided The next time you are tempted to just medicate your back pain away, contact your chiropractor.† By getting comprehensive chiropractic care, you may be able to reduce or completely eliminate your dependence on prescription pain medication.† In fact, it's been proven to work.† One recent study showed that chiropractic patients had a 51% reduced likelihood of adverse drug events within 12 months compared to nonrecipients.† Comprehensive chiropractic care for back pain can include spinal manipulation and adjustments, pain relieving exercises, and other wellness protocols that are safe, non-invasive, and donít have those pesky and often dangerous side effects of drugs.† Reduce Pain with Chiropractic Care Today There is no need to risk adverse drug events when there is a safer option with chiropractic care. Contact us today for a consultation!

Author:ChiroPlanet.com
Source:JMPT June 2018. Vol 41, Issue 5, Pages 383Ė388
Copyright:ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2019


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Seniors: Eat More Vitamins, Lower Your Risk of Frailty  

A recent study has linked eating a vitamin-rich, balanced diet with a lower risk of developing frailty for adults age 65 and up. The research comes from the School of Medicine at Universidad de La Frontera in Chile.† The study looked at over 1,600 adults over the age of 65, none of which had developed frailty as they got older.† All of the participants offered in-depth information about their diet and food habits.† After the end of a follow-up period of about 3.5 years, 5.4% of participants (89 adults) had developed frailty.† Frailty is defined as a lowered amount of physiological health and functioning.† It often includes issues like fatigue, weakness, low activity, and slowness.† Most people expect older adults to develop frailty as a byproduct of old age, but frailty isn't totally age-dependent.† The Chilean study revealed that the seniors with the lowest levels of vitamin B6 at the beginning were 2.8 times likelier to develop some measure of frailty by the end of the research period.† This is in comparison with participants who regularly ate vitamin B6-rich foods like bananas, sweet potatoes, fish, tofu, and chicken.† Additionally, participants with the lowest vitamin E levels were 2.3 times likelier to develop some kind of frailty as opposed to those adults with diets rich in vitamin E.† Finally, the seniors who ate the least amount of vitamin C were 93% likelier to become frail than their counterparts who regularly ate vitamin C-packed foods like dark leafy greens, broccoli, and lemons.

Author:ChiroPlanet.com
Source:Age & Ageing, online July 25, 2018.
Copyright:ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2019


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